As copied from this
post of Biri:
Originally Posted by Biri
Count Philippe of Limburg-Stirum, who turned 30 three weeks ago [son of Count Christian of Limburg-Stirum (b.1934) & his wife Colienne, nee Countess of Oultremont (b.1956)] is engaged to Countess Caroline von Neipperg (b.10 October 1986) [daughter of Count Stephan-Christoph von Neipperg (b.1957) & his wife Sigweis, nee Freiin von Stotzingen (b.1959)]. They plan to marry this year.
Philippe is second of four children and second one who marries; his older brother Rudolph (b.1979) married Archduchess Marie-Christine of Austria (b.1983) in 2008 and has two sons: Leopold (b.2011) & Constantin (b.2013).
Marie (b.1986) & Francois-Guillaume (b.1989) are still single.
Caroline is the oldest of four surviving children and first one who marries; her older sister Beatrice died in 1994 aged five weeks and three days.
Her younger siblings are: Diane (b.1990), Philippa (b.1991) & Ludovic (b.1994).
On a side note: the grooms brother -count Rodolphe- is maried to ADss Marie Christine of Austria, his aunt-by-marriage is Pss Helene of France and the bride-to-be's aunt-by-marriage is Archduchess Andrea, eldest sister of the present head of the former Imperial family of Austria.
The Limburg-Stirum family is originally from Germany and moved to The Netherlands several centuries ago. A junior member moved to Belgium, his descendants are catholics & and at the moment the most well known members of the family are Belgian. The head of the family and his children are living in Finland.